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Welcome to the Coach Steve Clark Ph.D Show where he aims to encourage, inspire and equip coaches, players and parents who in turn inspire and equip others to promote tennis, foster sportsmanship, and develop greater players and people.
Today's Guest or Topic
Coach Steve will be talking with long time coaching colleague Manny Diaz, Head Men’s Tennis coach at Georgia. As a player, assistant and head coach, Manny has been a central part of the UGA tennis lore that has shaped college tennis so significantly from the massive barking crowds to the superb facilities and hospitality. Under the coaching of Dan Mcgill and now the leader of the program, Manny has had the likes of John Isner, Michael Pernfors and others thrive under his watch.
A bit about your host, Coach Steve Clark
Having over 25 years of collegiate coaching experience with teams as high as #16 NCAA and players in the top 5 and former players in the top echelon of the ATP, Coach Clark engages guests and the listeners in an array of topics ranging from momentum management to between point management; from elite coaches and players as guests to the mechanics, tactics and sports psychology for the determined club player. And beyond the normal discussions often around tennis, Dr. Clark will entertain topics as wide as collegiate recruiting, team promotion and fan building for coaches, to topics for the parents-coach dynamic. Having a PhD and numerous other degrees and being a former NCAA All-American and successful player beyond, he understands and has a deep concern for the academic, personal and athletic development of players and students. Thanks for tuning in. Please call in live or leave your questions on email at email@example.com.
Healing for Damaged Emotions Part II /Mental Illness, Co-dependency, Bi-Polar disorder, Depression etc.
According to the News the Lafayette Shooting was a result of mental illness; the headlines continue to soar, marriages suffer, families are torn apart and unfortunately with some court decisions others feel helpless! Mental illness doesn't have a face and denial won't make it go away! It is imperative that we continue to increase public awareness so that true healing, deliverance, and recovery can began. Our guest Verily Harper Licensed Professional Counselor will share with us valuable information to aid us in that process.
Dianne, who mentored with Dr. Fred Alan Wolfe of the hit film “What the BLEEP Do We Know!?” is a graduate of the University of Miami in Philosophy and Psychology and a lifelong student of Siddha Yoga and numerous leading edge modalities and models that bring more joy to life. Her varied experiences as a fortune 100 corporate manager, an award winning photographic artist, and currently as a consultant to business executives and entrepreneurs, all contributes to her extraordinary gift of originality and ability to express complex universal subjects in clear and powerful ways that benefit people instantly.
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Live tonight with Scott Cluthe, Dr Anne Malec, Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Her new book, Marriage in Modern Life
Call in for Dr. Malec @ 347-308-8478
Dr. Anne Brennan Malec is the founder and managing partner of Symmetry Counseling, a counseling, coaching, and psychotherapy group practice located in downtown Chicago.
Dr. Malec, who had an earlier career in business, made a significant shift in 2000 when she began her training in the fields of Marriage and Family Therapy and later, Clinical Psychology. Dr. Malec earned her Bachelor’s degree from Villanova University in Accountancy and holds two Master’s degrees: one in Liberal Studies from DePaul University, and one in Marital and Family Therapy from Northwestern University. Dr. Malec earned her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She gained significant clinical training and experience from affiliations with The Family Institute at Northwestern University, Neuropsychological and Rehabilitation Consultants, Chicago Center for Family Health, Advocate Masonic Ravenswood Family Practice Medical Center, Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and the University of Chicago Medical Center.
Dr. Malec is currently a member of the American Family Therapy Academy, American Psychological Association, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Alumni Advisory Board of the Family Institute of Northwestern University, Professional Women’s Club of Chicago, and The Financial Therapy Association.
The Voice of Change welcomes Kurt Abraham. Kurt has been a guest several times on the program. He's studied Steiner’s Waldorf education and taught elementary school for some years. He studied the Alice Bailey books for over 40 years, has written 14 books on Esoteric Psychology and the Seven Rays, and founded the School for the Study of the Seven Rays (a non-profit educational corporation).
Today, he'll be speaking about his latest book, the Mystery and Language of Color. Every thought, feeling, and quality is indicated in the aura by corresponding colors. An intense feeling or thought “colors” a person in a certain way. These can be seen clairvoyantly, but, even without the subtler sight, there are techniques that enable one to see the color and form of thoughts, feelings, and ideas. A growing sense of color is like a growing sense of truly beautiful music that opens one up to subtler levels of consciousness. Intellect and personal desires reveal a certain set of colors, while higher mind and archetypal perceptions display different and more resplendent colors.
Kurt was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and graduated with an MA degree from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Traveled and worked in Europe for five years, where he eventually found links to the spiritual-esoteric traditions, including Ouspensky, Bailey, Blavatsky, and Steiner. Kurt studied Steiner’s Waldorf education and taught elementary school for some years. He studied the Alice Bailey books for over 40 years, has written 14 books on Esoteric Psychology and the Seven Rays, and founded the School for the Study of the Seven Rays (a non-profit educational corporation).
Welcome to the Coach Steve Clark Ph.D Show where we aim to encourage, inspire and equip coaches, players and parents who in turn inspire and equip others to promote tennis, foster sportsmanship, and develop greater players and people.
Today's Guest or Topic
I will be revisiting* with Wayne Bryan, the Pied Piper of tennis, discussing his book Raising Your Child to be a Champion in Athletics, Arts, and Academics in addtion to fielding questions from your host and callers/email. Wayne, is a 3-time WTT Coach of the Year, father and coach of #1 ATP Doubles duo Mike and Bob (the best doubles team of all time), author, musician, club manager, Bryan Brothers Foundation philanthropist, motivational speaker, grandfather and more. (*studio malfunction prior)
A bit about your host, Coach Steve Clark
Having over 25 years of collegiate coaching experience with teams as high as #16 NCAA and players in the top 5 and former players in the top echelon of the ATP, Coach Clark engages guests and the listeners in an array of topics ranging from momentum management to between point management; from elite coaches and players as guests to the mechanics, tactics and sports psychology for the determined club player. And beyond the normal discussions often around tennis, Dr. Clark will entertain topics as wide as collegiate recruiting, team promotion and fan building for coaches, to topics for the parents-coach dynamic. Having a PhD and numerous other degrees and being a former NCAA All-American and successful player beyond, he understands and has a deep concern for the academic, personal and athletic development of players and students. Thanks for tuning in. Please call in or leave your questions on email as well at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charles "Drew" Settles, Product Analalyst, joins us from TechnologyAdvice, a technology marketing and research firm dedicated to educating, advising, and connecting buyers and sellers of business technology. In his work, Charles has extensively written and researched topics related to healthcare IT, business intelligence, and other emerging technologies.
Drew joins us to cover topics related to health IT, business intelligence, and other emerging tech trends: HIPAA, Meaningful Use, Branding, and the list goes on.
We refer to Drew as "The Brain" and will have him on the show periodically to discuss what is trendng in healthcare IT.
Enjoy his bio and full blog article on Mental Health News Radio.
Kathryn Foster, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Ft Worth, Texas. With a masters degree in marriage and family counseling and a Ph.D. in psychology, she has practiced psychotherapy for 26 years. She has written two companions to The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance), one for couples (but written for men) What Women Want….Really! and another called When Your Relationship Changes. Her two novels are, Finding My Way and Sessions: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist.
Join us as Dr. Foster reveals the naked thruth and men and romance!
Kim Vogel Sawyer is a best-selling, award-winning author highly acclaimed for her gentle stories of hope. More than one million copies of her books are currently in print. She lives in central Kansas where she and her retired military husband, Don, enjoy spoiling their ten granddarlings.
Best-selling and award-winning author, Anita Higman, has forty books published. She's been a Barnes & Noble "Author of the Month" for Houston and has a BA in the combined fields of speech communication, psychology, and art. Anita loves good movies, traveling to exotic places, and brunch with her friends.
Please check out Anita's latest novel on Amazon, A Question of Destiny. Feel free to drop by her website at www.anitahigman.com or connect with her on her Facebook Reader Page at https://www.facebook.com/AuthorAnitaHigman. She would love to hear from you!
The Cincinnati native holds a Masters in Psychology from San Diego State University. Tyra has been a teacher and principal, whose belief in the ability of children to rise above their bleak surroundings helped to turn around an entire school. She has been a psychologist, helping tormented individuals find their way to peace. She has worked in county government, crafting messages for the community and using her marketing skills to research and hone the communications and government services for the public.
For Tyra Garlington, there have been many obstacles. She has suffered abuse, loss and cancer and she stood her ground against each one, calling on her unlimited faith and her belief that God has a reason. Tyra Garlington turned her internal pains into talks that would help others who faced insurmountable odds. She is drawn to charitable organizations that tackle domestic violence, homelessness and children who live in worlds they cannot control.
Tyra’s invites you to get to know her better in her most recent memoir, The Memory Box, a true story about the power and provision of God’s grace.
My guest this week is Donna Saunders. She is a doctor twice over: in Clinical Psychology and in Ministry. Her primary focus is, not surprisingly, children and the community. She is co-founder and CEO of Guide Community Health Services. Its focus is preventative and aimed more at children in an attempt to reverse some of the disparity in health caused by economic and social issues these families face.
Dr. Saunders has done a lot of work exploring the connection between spirituality, and physical and social health. She has lectured on the topic, including for the Family Research Council, the Department of Health and Human Services, Howard University Graduate School of Education, and many other organizations.
We will also touch very briefly on her views on the most recent SCOTUS decision.